I’ve started this new project and decided to call it “On Display”.
In Belgium (I guess in other parts of the world, it’s a common thing too), when shops have been abandoned, their front window is often covered up with paper, or other things… It’s messy, it’s ugly and serves no purpose. Nowadays, some owners (and people who now live in those shops), have decided to decorate the shop, sometimes, as if it was their living room, sometimes just a mix of insane objects. So I’ve decided to add an extra layer to that.
Starting this series is a window in Kontich (Belgium), where the Royal Auto Moto Club Contich (website here) has taken over the window with their ancient motorcycles! I drove by and couldn’t resist their mix and match of bikes and living room elements.
I chose for the shoot Lai-Jin, an extremely enthousiastic model with THE face for the shoot, make-up was provided last minute by Nora Noah Wuytack and was spot on!
The dress & boots were provided by The Public Image, a very fun clothes shop in Antwerp with lots of young and unknown designers and very pretty flashy colors, pay them a visit!
Thank you all for your contribution and onwards to the next one!
Zo heeft m’n vitrine toch nog voor een goed doel gediend. Toffe foto. Keep up the good work!
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